convoy[ verb kon-voi, kuh n-voi; noun kon-voi ]SEE DEFINITION OF convoy
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONVOY
We got to sea, at last, two transports, under the convoy of the Pictou.
The second attack on the Scandinavian convoy occurred on 12th December.
You have so impressed me with your skill, that, if I dared, I'd ask you to convoy me up.
"Let me be your convoy, then," said Travers, good-naturedly.
Edgar was not on board the Tigre when she fell in with the convoy of wounded.
An orderly came back last night from the convoy on the way to Staunton.
The convoy marched twenty miles, and then halted for the night.
Terence was now told to prepare to leave, with a convoy of prisoners, for Talavera.
He says that he and about forty of your men are going down with the convoy.
By very short marches, the convoy made its way to the frontier.